2022 highlights

In 2022, I had the honor of serving as Board Chair. As the year comes to an end, I'm filled with gratitude for all who helped make it impactful and memorable. Take a look at a few of the accomplishments we achieved together. 

COVID-19 Support

Expanding access to testing and vital resources for communities and businesses that have been hit hardest by the pandemic, is one of our top priorities.

Here are quick links to COVID-19 support

Equity at the Center of Public Service

We are committed to building on the progress LA County has made and addressing injustices that impact our communities.

Policy Agenda

to Incarceration

Featured News & Updates

Board of Supervisors Move to Establish County Fair Workweek Employment Protections for Retail Workers

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion authored by Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell and co-authored by Supervisor Lindsey Horvath that sets Los Angeles County on track to establish a Fair Workweek ordinance requiring employers with 300 or more workers in unincorporated Los Angeles County to provide standard protections that include but are not limited to proper time off, control over schedules, and anti-retaliation measures.

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Last night Team Mitchell participated in the Lennox homeless count. The count will aid in providing our unhoused neighbors with the vital support services they need.

There is still time to support these efforts! To participate in today's count visit (1/2)

LA County’s Economic Opportunity Grant (EOG) program application is open! The EOG will award more than $54 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act funds to small & micro businesses and non-profits impacted by the pandemic.

For more info, visit

It is our responsibility to proactively review our governance model to learn where we have room to improve transparency and strengthen the public’s ability to access and inform what is happening within their local government. (1/3)

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